Month: November 2019

‘Wrapped In A Rainbow’ – Nativity! the Musical, Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury. 13.11.2019

It was back to the Canterbury for tonight’s press night and to help kick start getting into the festive spirit! Nativity! The Musical is a stage musical adaption written and directed by Debbie Isitt, based on Isitts 2009 film of the same name. It follows a Coventry based primary school St Bernadette’s, teacher Mr Maddens and teaching assistant, Mr Poppy… Read more →

‘He’s a Fine, Fine Horse…” – War Horse, Troubadour Theatre, Wembley, London 10.11.2019

On Remembrance Sunday, the day we remember those who had fallen in their fight for their country I was delighted to have been invited to collect on behalf of the Royal British Legion at the matinee performance of the lastest production of the National Theatre’s War Horse at the Troubadour Theatre, Wembley. It was a perfect way to celebrate a… Read more →

‘And Still I Dream He’ll Come to Me…’ Les Misérables in Concert, Gielgud Theatre, London. 24.08.2019

The theatre world held its breath when news that the Queen’s Theatre would be undergoing renovation, unsure as to what fate this would lead for the longest running musical Les Misérables. Lucky for us Sondheim had thought of this and announced that the production would be moving next door and will take form of a musical concert – similar to… Read more →